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  • Re: New Feature: Journals Section

    Nice feature, but showing only a fraction of the relevant journal articles. For example, when I do a passage guide on John 15:1–8, the Journal section shows 2 articles. I have also a collection tab in the Passage Guide with journals, which shows many, many more relevant articles for this passage. (I have a large library with a lot of journals in it
    Posted to Logos 6 by Simon on Tue, Oct 28 2014
  • Re: How to show more than 5 lexicons

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"] [quote user="Simon"]Is it possible to show more than 5 lexicons when right clicking on a word?[/quote] Thread => searching strong's numbers shows prioritization allows right click to show 5 lexicons for lemma and 5 different lexicons for Strong's Keep Smiling [/quote] Thanks! With this 'trick' you can use 10 lexicons
    Posted to Logos 5 by Simon on Tue, Oct 21 2014
  • Re: Wensen en suggesties

    [quote user="H.-J.van der Wal"] Mag ik vragen of je als student aan de PThU ook in aanmerking komt voor het Academic Discount Program van Logos? [/quote] Ja, in principe komt elke fulltime theologiestudie in aanmerking voor Academic Discount. De percentages van de korting lopen op, wanneer het gebruik verplicht wordt. Docenten krijgen heel veel korting
    Posted to Nederlands by Simon on Tue, Nov 18 2014
  • Re: Latest update and E-Ink E-Readers

    Today I was trying to open one of my commentaries, Baker Exegetical Commentary on Acts, to find out that my T68 with Logos app 4.3.9 won't display this commentary. Does this mean I'll have to buy another e-reader to keep reading my books/commentaries? If so, do you have some suggestions for e-readers supporting the new Logos for Android app?
    Posted to Android Apps by Simon on Wed, May 27 2015
  • Re: FL licensed e-ink reader

    As I've a lot of books in Logos, and I use Logos to compose my one or two sermons each week for next sunday, I would LOVE a Logos powered e-ink device. At the moment I've the Onyx T68, which runs Android, and supports the Logos app. Works great. Reading books and commentaries on a e-ink screen is way better than reading on a tablet (not to mention that
    Posted to Suggestions by Simon on Mon, Jun 1 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    To get an idea of the average length of an article: 10 million words in 19,000 articles is an average of 526 words per article. That's half a A4 with 11pt text (Calibri font). To compare: The Anchor-Yale Bible Dictionary has 7 million words in 6,000 articles, so an average of 1166 words per article. That's more than twice the number of words per average
    Posted to General by Simon on Wed, Feb 18 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    [quote user="Sherri Huleatt"] [quote user="Michael Sullivan"] Sherri, Will this version have articles from Britannica's " Macro pedia"? The reason I ask is that I have the Britannica 2012 "Ultimate" DVD. Based on review and comments by people who had both this and the print version, my DVD is basically the "micropedia". Nowadays, to access "macropedia
    Posted to General by Simon on Tue, Feb 17 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    [quote user="Sherri Huleatt"] (...) These articles vary in length and are not meant for in-depth research on their own; instead, they should serve as jumping off points for further research. [/quote] Thanks for answering my questions. The point about the articles not being meant for in-depth research on their own makes me reconsider my pre-pub, especially
    Posted to General by Simon on Tue, Feb 17 2015
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Sermon Finder Tool

    [quote user="Keith Larson"] I love the new Sermon Finder Tool. I use to be such a pain finding sermons on a particular text. I would like to suggest this tool be add to the iOS app. [/quote] It would be great to have this feature in the iOS and Android apps. At workaround for the moment is to use the sermon finder on your PC, add each sermon to a Logos
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Simon on Wed, Jun 11 2014
  • Re: MISSING BOOK in Reformed package, Please honor!

    Mmm, Twenty Centuries of Christian Worship was one of the not so many non public domain books that I was interested in and that were new to me, when I bought the Reformed Platinum bundle.
    Posted to General by Simon on Wed, Mar 26 2014
  • Re: Huge encyclopaedia: The Dictionary of Christianity and the Bible

    Thanks! Great work!
    Posted to Files by Simon on Sat, Mar 8 2014
  • Re: SUGGESTION: A bundle of books on canonicity

    I think these two are the standards: * The Biblical Canon: Its Origin, Transmission, and Authority by Lee Martin McDonald * The Old Testament Canon of the New Testament Church and its Background in Early Judaism by Roger Beckwith As suggestions to add to the list of MJ Smith: * McDonald, The Canon Debate * Becker, Kanon in Konstruktion und Dekonstruktion
    Posted to Suggestions by Simon on Fri, Jul 18 2014
  • Re: Best book for history of NT Canon?

    I think McDonald, Biblical canon is the standard work. https://www.logos.com/product/39629/biblical-canon-its-origin-transmission-and-authority You might want to read something from a early canon perspective, like Kruger, Canon Revisited or Bruce, The Canon of Scripture http://www.amazon.com/Canon-Revisited-Establishing-Authority-Testament-ebook/dp
    Posted to General by Simon on Fri, Jul 18 2014
  • Re: Any thoughts of doing something similar to Amazon's new "Kindle Unlimited" subscription service?

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] [quote user="Simon"] I don't think the major academic publishers will agree with a subscription based model. Take for example the NA28, published by the German Bible Society.... [/quote] You did notice, didn't you, that I posted this suggestion on the Vyrso forum. The only way it would make any sense to buy a subscription
    Posted to Vyrso: Christian Ebooks by Simon on Fri, Jul 18 2014
  • Re: COM API and PBB's

    [quote user="NB.Mick"] [quote user="Simon"] [quote user="Bradley Grainger (Logos)"] No, this is not supported. The full list of supported features is here: http://wiki.logos.com/Logos_4_COM_API [/quote] Are there any plans for adding this to the API? I would like to make a little application that I can distribute to my friends, that will add some PBB
    Posted to Logos 5 by Simon on Mon, Jul 14 2014
  • Add Language tag to Copy Bible Verses Styles

    The possibility to define your own Copy Bible Verses Styles is very useful. However, I would like if it would be possible to set a a language for the bible references. In my Logos settings, I have my language set to English. This works fine if I'm working on a paper in English. If I use the Copy Bible Verses tool (with a style I defined myself) the
    Posted to Suggestions by Simon on Wed, Jul 16 2014
  • Re: Tov's MT/LXX Parallel Up to Date?

    Try: Septuaginta: With morphology . (1979). (electronic ed.). Stuttgart: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft. This works with McDaniel, C. (2009). The Greek-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Septuagint . Lexham Press. You can search both on Greek and Hebrew lemma's. Using the analyse view you can easy find out things like which Hebrew lemma is translated by which Greek
    Posted to General by Simon on Wed, Jul 2 2014
  • Re: Hebrew Audio Pronunciations

    I would like to hear a test passage read from this Hebrew Audio Pronounciation. Has Logos published an example audio file, or something like that?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Simon on Thu, Jul 3 2014
  • Re: Lessons from the Witherington CP

    [quote user="SHotchkiss"] Doug Moo NT331 Book Study: Paul's Letter to the Romans is 10 hours for $380.00, that is $38.00 per hour . When Witherington hits $50.00, for 13 hours, it will be $3.84 per hour. I would buy every Bible course (and several other topics) they offered if it was $3.84 per hour. [/quote] At $38 a hour, I wouldn't spend any money
    Posted to General by Simon on Sat, Jul 5 2014
  • Re: Please add the following works to the Classic Commentaries and Studies on Matthew Upgrade

    [quote user="Brandon Rappuhn"] We already have B.W. Bacon's Studies in Matthew in that product. Do you perhaps mean some other book? And G.D. Kilpatrick's book is not in the public domain. If we acquired that book, we would be unable to include it in this collection, as we'd have to get it contracted and pay royalties on it. (that is to say, you would
    Posted to Suggestions by Simon on Thu, Jun 26 2014
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